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Avoiding high-heeled shoes and careful clipping of nails go a long way in preventing this situation
The age-old practice affects circadian rhythm and improves overall health, finds new study
An Ipsos report 'Food Habits of Indians: Ipsos Study' observed that Indians are making informed choices, experimenting and moving away from norms.
Aswagandha can help with reducing blood sugar levels and combat stress
As exciting as they sound, it is advisable to indulge in drinking games with a full stomach
Too much or too little sleep can increase risk of heart disease risk
The results suggest a 15-30 per cent decrease in all-cause and cardiovascular-related mortality; and reduced incidence of coronary heart disease, stroke, Type-2 diabetes and colorectal cancer by 16-24 per cent.
The study, led by researchers from the University of Kent, showed that women who gained schedule control over their work had an increase in the amount of unpaid overtime worked.
Here are some habits that can have a huge payoff when it comes to your health
Sticking to a skincare routine is a bit challenging, and there are a few tips which help you commit to that much-needed pampering process.
The findings, led by University of Adelaide researchers, found that the victims of bullying and sexual abuse were three times more likely to become binge eaters than non-survivors of abuse.
The researchers from the University of Michigan (UM) looked at samples of nose and throat bacteria and used DNA sequencing to identify which bacteria were present.
Taking off certain digital tools from your life will leave you with more time for yourself
One need not be a dancer, or have any dancing skills to participate or benefit from dance therapy
The World Health Organisation (WHO) describes antibiotic resistant superbugs as "one of the biggest threats to global health, food security, and development today".
The study, published in the journal Arthritis Care & Research, identifies patient characteristics and the extent of healthcare and medication use (including opioids) associated with different back pain patterns.
Alphonse Reddy, founder of Sunday Mattresses, says, "Each colour has a different impact on each person and can generate a wide array of emotions.
Sandplay therapy creates scenes of miniature world that reflects a person's concerns and struggles
Even moderate levels of alchohol consumption may develop irregular heartbeat
Poor-quality sleep in later life could be a red flag for deteriorating brain health